It’s been awhile since Sharon Stone parted her legs to seduce a man on the big screen, but the Basic Instinct star is still smoking. At least, that’s what W2 Media is banking on with their new stalker thriller Attachment.
Directed by Tony Kaye (American History X), the story finds Stone as a married woman tormented by the emotionally unstable college student she shared a one night fling with. Producers will shop the film at next week’s European Film Market in Berlin, Deadline reports.
Stone, whose genre creds include Total Recall, Sphere, Cold Creek Manor, and Diabolique, will soon be seen as Aphrodite in Marc Turtletaub’s (Little Miss Sunshine) big-screen adaptation of British author Marie Phillips’ novel “Gods Behaving Badly.”
Unlikable rom-com actress Katherine Heigl will produce and star in the kinda dirty-sounding Face Blind. The film marks Heigl’s return to big-screen horror since 2001’s Valentine, in which she costarred with Wild Thing’s babe Denise Richards and “Bones” star David Boreanaz.
Heigl will play a psychologist stricken with prosopagnosia (face blindness), a neurological disorder caused by a lesion in the temporal lobe (that’s the part of the brain that allows us to remember people’s faces, duh.).
According to Deadline, which broke the story, Heigl’s character is stalked by a man who once terrorized one of her patients. Her condition, however, doesn’t allow her to identify the creep, and just ends up making her look crazy.
Guys, grab your little buddy. It’s time to take a three hour minute tour to the Island of Megan Fox. The gorgeous 25-year-old stars in an ad for Brazilian language school CCAA in which two male plane crash survivors wash up on an isle of Megan Fox clones.
Decked out in crochet bikini tops, loincloth skirts and fur shawls, the sexy clones welcome the men to their paradise, but are soon put off by their inability to speak English. Deemed worthless, the guys are then banished to the scary island of former heavy-weight champ and convicted rapist Mike Tyson.